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The Property & Casualty Information Model Seminar

Thursday, September 26th, 09:00 - 17:00

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0900 - 0915 Welcome - Introduction to OMG

Tom Ford, Partner, LiquidHub Inc.

0915 - 0945 P&C Information Model Initiative Objective, Status, and Roadmap

Bill Jenkins, Managing Partner, Agile Insurance Analytics
Tom Ford, Partner, LiquidHub Inc.

This session will provide background information regarding the development of the P&C Information Model, available artifacts, and next steps in the initiative. The information provided will provide attendees with the basic information required to access the model and influence future development.

0945 - 1015 Updates from Model Extension Teams - All

Griffin Affel, R&Q Solutions LLC
Brent Cavan, Philadelphia Insurance Companies
Others: TBA

Updates will be provided by each of the teams working on extensions to the existing model.

1015- 1030 Morning Refreshments
1030 - 1200 Overview of Model and Q&A - Major Entities, Relationships, and Supporting Documentation

Susan Garza, Owner, Garza Consulting

Susan Garza has been involved with the development of the model since 2010, and has been responsible for ensuring a consistent approach has been employed across all components of the model. This session will provide a detailed review of key artifacts developed as part of this initiative:
  • Conceptual, Logical, and Physical Data Models
  • Glossary of Insurance Terms
  • Other supporting documents that support use of model
1200 - 1300 Lunch Break
1300 - 1400 Industry Testimonial - How the OMG Model is Being Used in the Industry - Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan

Samir Ahmed, Architect, X by 2, Inc.
Cheri Barnhart, Manager of Web Services, Architecture, and Data Services, Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan

Samir will focus on how Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan levered the OMG model as the cornerstone of their strategy to address legacy limitation, unify data across the enterprise, and delivery of new online services for customers.

1400 - 1500 Panel Discussion - Issues, Challenges and Benefits of Data Management, Data Governance and Data Quality Efforts: Experiences and Lessons Learned

Cindy Maike, Associate Partner, IBM
Amy Shakow, VP & Sr. Business Intelligence Unit Manager, The RiverStone Group

A key driver in the development of the P&C Information Model is to help carriers move beyond redundant modeling activities to allow the industry to focus on "value-add" activities that rely on data. This panel discussion will provide both panel members and session attendees a forum to share thoughts and plans on leveraging the model within their own companies.

1500 - 1515 Afternoon Refreshments
1515 - 1615 P&C Carrier Case Studies around "Single View of the Customer", "Agency Data Augmentation", and Legacy System Migration

Jean Paquet, CEO of MDX Gaine Solutions

Co-Founder and CTO of Gaine Solutions, Inc. For more than 25 years Jean has worked with global companies to help them organize, distribute and leverage enterprise information. He is considered a visionary in the Master Data space having co-founded two successful MDM product companies Siperian and Gaine Solutions. Jean's experience spans 5 continents and includes senior positions with global companies like Ernst and Young and Platinum Technology.

1615 - 1700 Open Discussion and Wrap Up

Tom Ford, Partner, LiquidHub Inc.

NOTE: If you register for the Technical Meeting Week, you do not have to pay the additional fee(s) to attend any or all of the special events.  If you register only for special events, the special fees apply.

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